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Those were the days

In the 1880s, the Palo Alto Trotting Stables, near Menlo Park, was the home of hundreds of valuable horses owned by Leland Stanford. His farm was said to attract horse-loving visitors from around the world, with stable space for up to 750 horses. (Photo courtesy Menlo Park Historical Association.)

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